Investing in education and training for the future of Tasmanian agriculture

Investing in education and training for the future of Tasmanian agriculture

The Tasmanian Liberal Government is committed to supporting our future agricultural industries, and the importance of our investment was highlighted today at the Tasmanian Agriculture Education and Training for the Future Forum.
Read more here: https://www.premier.tas.gov.au/site_resources_2015/additional_releases/successful_seafood_processor_grants_awarded2/investing_in_education_and_training_for_the_future_of_tasmanian_agriculture

Morrison Government expands support for apprentices to secure Australia’s future workforce

Morrison Government expands support for apprentices to secure Australia’s future workforce

The Morrison Government will continue to secure Australia’s economic recovery by expanding support to help apprentices finish their training, protecting the skills pipeline delivered under the Government’s successful Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements program.
Read more here: https://ministers.dese.gov.au/robert/morrison-government-expands-support-apprentices-secure-australias-future-workforce

Morrison Government marks National Skills Week 2021 with highest funding for skills and training in Australian history

Morrison Government marks National Skills Week 2021 with highest funding for skills and training in Australian history

The Morrison Government has marked National Skills Week 2021 by reminding Australians of the incredible opportunities of a skilled career as hundreds of thousands make use of the skills and training pathways guaranteed through record levels of federal funding.
Read more here: https://ministers.dese.gov.au/robert/morrison-government-marks-national-skills-week-2021-highest-funding-skills-and-training

Phoenix Institute acted unconscionably and misled students

Phoenix Institute acted unconscionably and misled students
The Federal Court has found that former training college Phoenix Institute of Australia Pty Ltd (Phoenix) and its marketing arm, Community Training Initiatives Pty Ltd (CTI), made false or misleading representations and implemented systems of unconscionable conduct in relation to online diploma courses.